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A Minecraft Story: Part 2

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  “I didn’t think it was possible to get bored while being locked in a dungeon,” Starz moaned. Fantasy nodded. At this point, Starz had accepted that that was probably all she could do. She was still in shock. “So… do you want to talk about something?” Fantasy shook her head.

  Great, Starz thought sarcastically. I’m stuck in a dungeon, bored out of my mind, and the only person with me has become mute.

  “I’m not mute,” Fantasy whispered. “I just don’t feel like talking.” Did I say that out loud?

  “Sorry Fantasy,” he said, moving closer to her. “I’m just… I’m really stressed out. I guess having nothing to do is getting to me.”

  She sighed. “It’s fine, I’m just freaking myself out.”


  Her mouth was open when everything became dark once again. Fantasy squeaked instead, and Starz knew she was curling up into a little ball the way she always did in the dark. It was one of her greatest fears.

  “Are you sure this is the best idea?” A voice asked as the door creaked open. Still, everything was dark.

  “Of course not,” a women’s voice responded. “But it is what the Great One said he wanted. Fantasy made a weird noise, as if she had heard something like this before.

  “What do you mean?” She asked now. “I’m so done not knowing what’s going on.” There she is, Starz comforted himself. Seeing her so quiet had freaked him out more than he realized.

  “Quick, leave the room!” the first voice snapped, the door slamming shut moments later. They’re still talking, Starz realized. He could hear them mumbling from the other side of the door.

  He was about to ask if Fantasy was still there when something shattered near him. The last thing he heard was Fantasy shouting his name.


  Everything felt strange. Starz felt as if he were floating, although he could see stone beneath his feet. Stone from Minecraft. Great, Starz thought. I’m still here.

  The scene changed before he could see any more. Now he was on grass blocks, the rolling hills of the plains surrounding him.

  “Sorry to pull you here this way,” a man said behind him. Starz whipped around, unsure of what to think of what he saw.

  “You’re Herobrine,” Starz said, taking a step back. The man nodded, his white eyes glowing, making it impossible to focus on his face for long.

  “And you’re smart,” he said now, taking a step closer. “I’ve been looking for someone like you.” Well that can’t be good, Starz thought, taking another step back. He was determined to keep his distance. After all, he was face to face with the most dangerous being in all of Minecraft. Still, Herobrine took a step forward.

  “Where are we?” Starz asked as he took another step back. Herobrine frowned, and stepped forward again.

  “I’m not going to hurt you,” he said now. “If that was my goal, we wouldn’t be here talking.”

  “I still want to keep my space,” Starz said, stepping back once again. This time, Herobrine didn’t follow, but his frown deepened. “So where are we?”

  “In a dream,” he replied. “It was the easiest way to reach you without your friend listening in. She doesn’t have the potential you do.”

  “What potential? What do you want?” Starz was becoming nervous, and his voice made that clear enough for Herobrine to chuckle.

  “I simply want to offer you the chance to become something greater,” he said. “You could do quite well in a higher position.” Starz still didn’t like the way Herobrine was talking. It was too calm, too… friendly. It went against everything Starz knew.

  “I can act very differently around other users,” Herobrine stated, as if able to read his thoughts. “Of course I can,” Herobrine said. “This is a dream, and even if it weren’t I still get the basic idea of what user’s thoughts are. Look, I was just like you once. Young, afraid, skeptical, trapped. My friend was with me as well. Someone came to me and offered me something more, and I accepted. Look where I am now.”

  “I’m not sure I want to be like you,” Starz replied. Herobrine appeared angry for a moment, but he recovered too quickly for Starz to be sure. Now his gaze looked sympathetic.

  “That’s too bad,” he said now. “I was hoping you would accept, that you wouldn’t have to go through what I did…” that made Starz pause.

  “What happened?”

  “I had been told if I accepted the offer, that my friend would be protected and live a comfortable life, even if she couldn’t return home. I wouldn’t be able to either. So, I turned it down. My friend was killed by a spider days later, and she left both worlds.” Starz didn’t know what to make of that. He couldn’t let that happen to Fantasy, he already knew that much. But would he really be able to sacrifice his home to keep her safe? No, he decided. Not yet, at least.

  Herobrine smiled. “I can sense your hesitation,” he said. “What if we make a deal? If you honestly consider the offer, I’ll make sure your friend, Fantasy, remains safe. Do we have a deal?”

  This time, it only took a few seconds for Starz to answer. “Okay.”


  Starz woke up with Fantasy hovering over him, her blocky blonde hair swaying inches from his face, her blue eyes sparkling once she realized he was awake.

  “Thank goodness!” she exclaimed now, practically on top of him. “I got so worried! You see, they (I still haven’t seen them) carried both of us (in the dark) to some kind of giant train, then just threw us inside! They still ignore me every time I talk, too.” It was worth it, he decided now, to think about having to stay here if Fantasy could remain safe. She was freaked out enough. But was it worth becoming what Herobrine wanted? He’d have to ask what that was next time he ran into him. Starz was sure that would happen again.

  He started looking around now, and he could see that Fantasy was right. The train actually looked a lot like the waiting lobby for one of the Murder Mystery maps on Hypixel. He glanced out the window, and although it was dark, outside, flashes of light let him know that they were moving.

  “Are you okay?” Fantasy asked. Has she been talking this whole time? Starz felt his face warming up.

  “Yeah, I’m okay… I just have a lot on my mind… my blocky, blocky mind.”

Fantasy giggled before becoming serious again. “I get it. I have too.” She paused for a moment. “Starz?”


  “What do you think is happening at home? Like, to us? Have we just vanished or what?” Starz was about to respond when the train stopped suddenly, and a door swung open.

  “Come on. The summoner wants to see you.”


  Thank you for reading part two of this story! First off, I want to say I'm sorry this wasn't posted last week! I couldn't get it to come out the way I wanted, and I figured delaying it was better than posting something I wasn't happy with. I hope to have part three posted next week. Second, some of you may have noticed the quick reference to Hypixel. If you're not sure what that is, it's a Java Edition public server with tons of really fun game modes. It's IP address is mc.hypixel.net if you want to give it a try.
  I hope you enjoyed, and if so, please leave a diamond!


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  • ellacool10
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  • November 25, 2018, 1:50 pm
So... I unintentionally lied to everyone. You'll have to wait until next week for A Minecraft Story: Part 3
  • DarienGaming
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  • November 24, 2018, 9:07 pm
I love it!

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